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Your Memory Questions


Use some of these questions to provide converstation starters for your Memory!


Getting Started (or The Easy Stuff)

  • Your name?
  • When did you arrive at Hiram?
  • What year did you graduate?  Major?
  • Where did you live before coming to Hiram? 
  • Where did you live while attending Hiram?
  • Were you a “traditional” or “non-traditional” student?  A “traditional” student is one that is coming to college directly or within a year or so of high school, lives on or near campus for four years, and graduates. 
  • Why did you select Hiram?


Campus Activities

  • Were you involved in campus activities?  What were they?
  • Did you get to take any of the Study Abroad trips?  If so, where did you go?
  • Did you have a campus job(s)?  What was it (were they)?


Memory Starters

  • What was your favorite class?
  • What was your favorite song?
  • What was your favorite movie?
  • What was your favorite book?


Hiram Memory

  • What is your most vivid memory of your classmates?
  • What is your most vivid memory of your classes?
  • What is your most vivid memory of campus life?
  • What is your funniest memory of Hiram?
  • What is your saddest memory of Hiram?


You and Hiram

  • What news events do you recall occurring in the village, state, country, and/or world while you were in Hiram? 
  • Did you talk about these events with other students, professors, and/or in classes? 
  • Did these events change the way you viewed yourself? Your family or friends? Your professors? The college?


Hiram and You

  • Were there any major changes in campus policies while you were here?  What impact did it have on your time at Hiram?
  • What would you say you are most proud of accomplishing at Hiram?
  • Was there anything that happened while you were here at Hiram that changed the direction that you thought your life or career would take? 
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